Canvas and Chardonnay in Rochester Is Haunted! – [VIDEO]
See pictures, and hear the owner's story right here.
The building that houses Canvas and Chardonnay was built in 1880.
A man by the name of Ferris Alexander owned the building, and it's rumored that he filmed x-rated movies there. He was convicted of 25 felonies. You can read more about Alexander here.
According to Lisa Schneider, the owner of Canvas and Chardonnay, a customer took this picture with her phone. It's easy to see the strange shadow visible in the upper right-hand corner of the photo.
"Back then, the tables were pushed against the wall at the end, so it's not someone moving past that corner fast. It's not a shadow, because as you know we have lights in the wall soffits, so the walls are lit, so you can't really cast a shadow on the walls.
After that, Hawk and After Hours Paranormal came out to investigate, and they caught dozens of different voices! I fully expected them to catch one voice, but they recorded dozens."
She died for four minutes but her co-workers were able to bring her back to life!
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